Where to eat in Reading

Tuesday 08 July 2014 by Hollie Swain Variety is the key in Reading, with a great choice of stylish restaurants, cafés and bars situated along the riverside. Throughout the city you can experience a wealth of different flavours such as Tapas, Sushi and good old British classics.

Where to eat

Sweeney & Todd has built itself a reputation as a premier pie shop. Passionate pie makers produce top notch beef, chicken, seafood and vegetarian pies for you to enjoy in a relaxed and cosy ambience. We really recommended you try this restaurant during your visit!

Offering a wide range of authentic Italian dishes designed by the popular and renowned TV chef Jamie Oliver, Jamie’s Italian is situated on the riverside at The Oracle shopping centre. Using fresh ingredients, each dish is prepared and cooked with love, giving you exceptional food at affordable prices in a comfortable and casual dining atmosphere.

Loch Fyne is famous for its diverse range of fresh seafood and shellfish dishes – all sustainably farmed and fished. This particular restaurant is set over three floors in a beautiful period building, situated alongside the picturesque canal. Enjoy a glass of wine from their excellent wine list to accompany your dish!

Zerodegrees is a one of a kind restaurant – it is also home to its very own microbrewery. Run by a family company who pride themselves on producing premier beers without any nasty additives, all beers and ciders are produced on-site. Serving fresh, modern and innovative cuisine such as wood-fired pizzas, kilo pots of mussels and indulgent desserts, any food lover will find themself in heaven.

Want to find out more?

For a full list of restaurants within Reading, take a look here.

SACO Castle Crescent and SACO Queens Road are all a short walking distance from the city’s restaurants – the perfect place to return to after your evening meal and put your feet up with a glass of wine.

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